The most intriguing part of this TV trek by the great-grandson of medical missionary David Livingstone is the display of what's happened to southeast and central Africa since Dr. Livingstone…
With just three nights of the Winter Olympics counted, it's virtually a foregone conclusion that CBS has grabbed the gold for this February's sweeps.
Members of the College Football Assn. broke ranks Tuesday and signed individual TV deals with ABC and CBS.
Warner Bros. Tuesday announced the construction of a 42,000-square-foot post-production facility to be based on the Burbank lot, as part of its overall plan to expand its production-related service…
Robert Dalrymple, who previously headed his own production company, has joined Visual Prods. as exec producer and Barbara Romen joined the company as a staff producer. Dalrymple's credits include the…
FCC chairman Reed Hundt on Tuesday called Rep. Ed Markey's "V-chip" bill a "very creative proposal" for dealing with TV violence but stopped short of endorsing its passage.
Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) has sent a letter to FCC chairman Reed Hundt urging further cuts in cable TV rates and asking that the agency ensure "reasonable" pricing for basic cable service.
The BBC is planning to launch an international news and current affairs channel in the U.S. within the next year as part of its plans to expand World Service Television.
Promising to become the C-SPAN of jazz music, WorldJazz Inc. will start a 24 -hour TV channel devoted exclusively to the popular genre.
Media baron Rupert Murdoch said Tuesday the British Broadcasting Corp. could lose a key channel on his Star TV satellite network unless it addressed bias charges leveled by India and China.
CBS has scheduled the George C. Scott drama "Traps" for 10 p.m. Thursdays starting March 31.